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John Tranter is a leading Australian poet. He has been employed mainly in publishing, teaching and radio production, and has travelled widely, making reading tours to more than forty venues in the USA, England and Europe. He has lived in London and Singapore, and now lives in Sydney.
Tracy Ryan has published four full-length collections of poetry, most recently Hothouse (FACP, 2002), as well as two novels, Vamp (FACP, 1994) and Jazz Tango (FACP, 2002). She has worked as a poetry editor for various literary magazines, as a reviewer, and in teaching - in Cambridge, UK, where she was a Judith E. Wilson Junior Visiting Fellow in 1998, and at several universities in Australia. She is also interested in foreign-language learning and literary translation.
John Kinsella is the author of over twenty books, including The Hunt (Bloodaxe, 1998) The Undertow: New & Selected Poems (Arc, UK), Visitants (Bloodaxe, 1999), and Wheatlands (2000). He is editor of the literary journal Salt, consultant editor of Westerly, and international editor of The Kenyon Review. He is a Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge University, Adjunct Professor to Edith Cowan University, Western Australia, and the 2001 Richard L. Thomas Professor of Writing at Kenyon College.